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Richmond Fire Department
Fire Station #2 Video Tour -
The City introduces this video of Fire Station #2 with Welcoming messages from Mayor Evalyn Moore and Fire Chief Mike Youngblood until we are safely able to open doors for Formal Opening when it is safe to congregate again.
UPDATE DURING DECLARATION OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY:
Message from Code Compliance
The City of Richmond realizes this is a difficult time for everyone and we want to assure you that the health and safety of our citizens and personnel are the number one priority. We will continue to take all necessary precautions to keep our City safe and clean.
While complying with local codes relating to property maintenance are important, please know that we understand that many have been impacted by this environmental event in one way or another.
The City of Richmond is extending the time needed to address code violations and work with those who have received notices. If you have received a notice contact our office by phone (281)-238-1210 or email email@example.com to get more information. We are working to reduce anxiety and stress during this challenging time. Richmond services continue working to help keep you and your families safe and healthy.
The Richmond Fire Department serves the City of Richmond and surrounding communities in Fort Bend County. We are comprised of 30 full time firefighters. There are 3 fire stations manned 24 hours a day serving the area. Firefighters are also trained in many areas of specialized rescue and are involved with other agencies in the county to form Regional Response Teams. Browse the menu to the left to learn a little more about what your fire department has to offer.